The draft order for the 2014 NFL Draft is set -- at least the top 20 selections.
The playoffs will determine the selection order for the final 12 picks.
The Texans have locked up the No. 1 overall pick for the third time in franchise history and quarterbacks will be high on their wish list. It might also be tempting to draft a unique defensive talent like Jadeveon Clowney, the South Carolina pass rusher who would pair nicely with defensive end J.J. Watt.
Last year only one quarterback was drafted in the first round, but there will be several quarterback-needy teams picking early in May, including the Jaguars, Vikings and Browns, who are ready to bail on first-round quarterbacks under new regimes.
But will the demand outweigh the supply?
Probably so, which makes the answers to the questions above even more crucial.
With four months to figure out the answers, time will force the dominoes to fall, but if the draft were today, this is how I think it might play out.
1. Houston Texans - Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville
What a difference a year makes. The Texans have gone from a talented playoff team to the No. 1 pick, and are looking for a new head coach. Houston is set to pick in the top five for the first time since they selected Mario Williams No. 1 overall in 2006. If the Texans see a quarterback in this class that gives them an upgrade over Schaub/Keenum, that's the pick and Bridgewater is the favorite to go first.
2. St. Louis Rams (from Washington) - Jadeveon Clowney, DE, South Carolina
This is a tough pill to swallow for the Redskins, who have earned this high of a pick, but traded it to the Rams two years ago in the Robert Griffin deal. Expect the Rams to offer up this pick for ransom, similar to two years ago, but if they keep it, GM Les Snead and his staff have the luxury of going best player available, which is the Clowney.
3. Jacksonville Jaguars - Johnny Manziel, QB, Texas A&M
The Jaguars regime appears prepared to move on from the Blaine Gabbert era in Jacksonville and no one can blame them. Manziel is a lightning rod as a pro prospect, but someone in the top-10 will take a chance on his playmaking ability, possibly the Jaguars.
4. Oakland Raiders - Anthony Barr, OLB, UCLA
The Raiders use multiple looks on defense and will tinker with different 3-4 formations, something they'll show more of if Oakland can add a talented pass rusher like Barr. A California native, the UCLA sack artist is a powerful athlete with loads of potential.
5. Cleveland Browns - Blake Bortles, QB, UCF
Brandon Weeden won't be back in Cleveland, Jason Campbell is a stopgap and while Brian Hoyer is still in the team's long-term plans, he's coming off an ACL injury and Cleveland needs to add a young arm to the mix. Bortles is very reminiscent of Ben Roethlisberger when he was coming out of Miami (Ohio) and has intriguing pro potential.
6. Atlanta Falcons - Jake Matthews, OT, Texas A&M
The Falcons have more than a few needs, but one of them is at left tackle where Atlanta needs to find a long-term replacement for Sam Baker. Matthews isn't flashy, but he's a model of consistency and is effective in pass protection and run blocking.
7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Sammy Watkins, WR, Clemson